Mrs. Jovann Mafra (scam warning)

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The message below is an example of the “dying widow” scam. The scammer claims to be a very wealthy woman with no children, and she wants your help to distribute her fortune to charity after she dies. You can have a percentage of course. Alas, there really is no rich widow and no fortune: there is only a scammer trying to find a way to empty your wallet.

Date: Sun, 2 Oct 2016
From: h.me58@aol.fr
Subject: Dear good day friend,

Dear good day friend,

I greet you with the name in the name of the LORD Almighty the giver of every good thing. Good day and compliments of the seasons, I know it is true that this letter may come to you as a surprise. Nevertheless, I humbly ask you to give me your attention and hear me well., but I implore you to take the time to go through it carefull yas the decision you make will go off a long way to determine my futur eand continued existence. I am Mrs. Jovann Mafra widow of 58 years old suffering from long time illness. I have some funds I inherited from my late husband, the sum of (23.5 Million Dollars) and I needed a very honest and God fearing who can withdraw this money then use the funds for Charity works. I WISH TO GIVE THIS FUNDS TO YOU FOR CHARITY WORKS. I found your email address from the internet after honest prayers to the LORD to bring me a helper and i decided to contact you if you may be willing and interested to handle these trust funds in good faith before anything happens to me.

Having known my condition I decided to donate this money to Churches, organizations or good person that will utilize this money the way I am going to instruct herein. I want you to use this money for Churches, Charity organizations, orphanages, widows and other people that are in need. l took this decision because I don’t have any child that will inherit this money . Moreover, my husband relatives are not close to me since I develop a Cancer problem and it had been their wish to see me dead in order to inherit his wealth since we have no Child. These people are not worthy of this inheritance. This is why I am taking this decision.

I want your urgent reply to me so that I will give you the deposit receipt which the COMPANY issued to me as next of kin for immediate transfer of the money to your account in your country, to start the good work of God, I am desperately in keen need of assistance and I have summoned up courage to contact you for this task, you must not fail me and the millions of the poor people in our todays WORLD. This is no stolen money and there are no dangers involved,100% RISK FREE with full legal proof. Please if you would be able to use the funds for the Charity works kindly let me know immediately. I will appreciate your utmost confidentiality and trust in this matter to accomplish my heart desire, as I don’t want anything that will jeopardize my last wish. I want you to take 40 percent of the total money for your personal use while 60% of the money will go to charity.I will appreciate your utmost confidentiality and trust in this matter to accomplish my heart desire, as I don’t want anything that will jeopardize my last wish. Any delay in your reply may give me room to look for another good person for this same purpose. Please assure me that you will act accordingly as I stated herein. I don’t need any telephone communication in this regard because of my ill-health. Your urgently responses is needed through this email address: = ( mrs.jovannmafra@gmail.com )

Thanks and Remain blessed
Yours Sister in The Lord,
Mrs. Jovann Mafra.

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Re-profiling Funds (Scam Warning)

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This is a typical bank scam message — in this case claiming to come from Taiwan — and it asks for your help in “re-profiling” certain funds. Sounds like a sophisticated business maneuver. Unfortunately the message is from a scammer, not a bank, and the only thing to be “re-profiled” is your wallet, by transferring its contents into the scammer’s pocket.

Reply-To: Mr_wong_shiuki@163.com
From: “Mr Wong Shiu Ki.” subscriptions@northisland.ca
Subject: RE
Date: Mon, 19 Sep 2016

Dear Friend,

I am Mr. Wong Shiu Ki, an Account Officer with the International Bank of Taipei and I have a very sensitive and confidential brief for you from international bank of Taipei, Taiwan. I am requesting for your partnership in re-profiling funds I will give the details, but in summary, the funds are coming via Bank of Taipei Taiwan.

This is a legitimate transaction; you will be paid 30% for your Management Fees”. If you are interested, please write back and provide me with your confidential telephone and fax numbers, Country and I will provide further details and instructions. Please keep this confidential, as we can’t afford more political problems. Finally, please note that this must be concluded within two weeks. Please write back promptly to my private email: Mr_wong_shiuki@163.com Please do not reply if you are not interested.

Please if you are not interested delete from your mailbox.
I look forward to it.
Regards,
Mr Wong Shiu Ki.
Mr_wong_shiuki@163.com

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Lt. General Susan J. Helms (scam alert)

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Scammers often use the names of real people in their scam messages to make the messages look legitimate. It turns out that there really is a US Air Force general named Susan Helms, but she of course has nothing to do with the message below, which is a standard type of “mystery scam” message. The scammers are just using her name to try to get you on the hook so they can pick your pocket.

Date: Tue, 20 Sep 2016
Subject: Hello friend
From: jardin.paix@comorestelecom.km
Reply-To: susanjjhelms@hotmail.com

Hello friend

How are you doing? My names are Susan Jane Helms, Lieutenant General in the United States Air Force and a former NASA Astronaut, i saw your email and decided to contact you on something important, am a woman of integrity, am not contacting you for childish games, rather i have a profitable something to share with you.

Please do not fail to contact on this email address : ( susanjjhelms@hotmail.com )

Kindly reply back.

Have a nice day as am expecting your feedback soon.

Lt General, USAF. Susan J. Helms.

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Harley Wang Mystery Scam

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The message below is a classic example of a “mystery scam” message. The scammer gives you almost no information (except a promise to transfer $21 million dollars to you). He’s just trying to get you to reply, and once he has you talking, he figures he’ll be able to come up with a way (any way) to pick your pocket.

Reply-To: hawhg-1212@yahoo.com
From: Harley Wang fciaccjd@rhp.com.br
Subject: contact me
Date: Wed, 14 Sep 2016

contact me for information to transfer 21.4m to you. I will tell you more information after I get your reply.

Harley

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Sr. Diego De Martinez of Portugal (scam alert)

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This is a typical example of a “cancer scam” message. A rich businessman (so he says) is dying of cancer and wants your help in disposing of his fortune. Alas, there really is no rich businessman and no fortune: there’s just a scammer sending phony messages like this randomly to thousands of people (like you), hoping one of them will take the bait.

Date: Tue, 30 Aug 2016
Subject: Dear Good Friend
From: “Sr. Diego De Martinez” personal@minfra.gba.gov.ar
Reply-To: diego.rrr70@outlook.com

My Name is Sr. Diego De Martinez,

I am from Portugal I have been diagnosed with cancer. It has defiled all forms of medical treatment, and right now I have only about a few months to live, according to medical experts. I have not particularly lived my life so well, as I never really cared for anyone (not even myself) but my business. Though I am very rich, I was never generous, I was always hostile to people and only focused on my business as that was the only thing I cared for.

But now I regret all this as I now know that there is more to life than just wanting to have or make all the money in the world. I believe when God gives me a second chance to come to this world I would live my life a different way from how I have lived it.

I would want to have a Personal and Trustworthy Relationship with you, as I intend and willing to empower the change of ownership for the transfer of my Deposits to your personal possession for further Investment and Charity Disbursement to the Less Privilege and Homeless write me via my mail: diego.rrrr70@gmail.com

I will send you the photos of me and my very hopeless and selfish family a member, including my wife who I learnt is getting married to my personal friend and attorney, Thank you for your due consideration. God be with you. You can reach me through my private email address at diego.rrrr70@gmail.com

Yours Brother

Sr. Diego De Martinez

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Cancelled: Contact MoneyGram director

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The scam message below adopts a kind of reverse psychology that is common in many scam messages. What the scammer wants to do is get you on the hook and talking to him, so he can eventually reel you in. This message, therefore, doesn’t offer you money, it says that some previous offer of money has been cancelled — you missed your chance! He hopes you’ll reply and ask what happened, and then … he’ll pick your pocket.

Date: 29 Aug 2016
Reply-To: “ANDERSON DIRECTOR” andersondirector133@yahoo.com
Subject: Cancelled: contact money gram director

AUG 29 : “contact money gram director” has been cancelled

When: Monday, 29 August 2016, 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM (GMT) Greenwich Mean Time – Dublin / Edinburgh / Lisbon / London

Message: Attention, We have deposited the check of your fund ($4.700,000,00USD) through money gram after our finally meeting regarding your fund, All you will do is to contact money gram director DR.JOSE MALLAM via (moneygramofficebenin60@gmail.com ) He will give you more direction on how you will be receiving the funds daily. Remember to send him your Full information to avoid wrong transfer such as:

Receiver’s Name_______________
Address: ________________
Country: ____________
Phone Number: _____________
I.D Card:_____________

Though Mrs. Susan Kent has sent $7000 in your name today So contact their Director DR.JOSE MALLAM as soon as you receive this email or call him +229-9697-3503 and tell him to give you the Ref. Number, to pick the $7000 Please let us know as soon as you received all your fund,

Best regard
Mrs Grace Joe

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Ebrahim Talib, Bahrain Petroleum Company (scam warning)

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This is a “mystery scam” message that purports to offer you a business deal of $25 million. But what it is about? You can be sure that it’s “about” picking your pocket — the only “opportunity” that “Ebrahim Talib” has for you is the opportunity to be separated from your money.

From: “Murray, Aliya” Aliya.Murray@tdsb.on.ca
Subject: RE: Business Opprotunity
Date: Tue, 23 Aug 2016 06:23:26 +0000

I have a business opprotunity of $25million for you , Proceed If Interested, Please
Reply To My Personal :
Email:ebrahimtalib6@gmail.com

Best Regards,
Mr.Ebrahim Talib
Deputy Chief Executive (Bahrain Petroleum Company)

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Qatar Foundation (scam alert)

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The message below is a typical example of a charity scam message, similar to the “You have won the lottery!” scams that many people are familiar with. Sad to say, the message isn’t from a real charity official, and you haven’t received a multi-million dollar donation.

Subject: Qatar Foundation Donation
From: Qatar Foundation invoicing@divisionsinc.com
Date: Tue, 23 Aug 2016 16:43:36 -0700

Dear Recipient,

You have been selected to receive €950,000.00 Euro, from Qatar Foundation donation award. Kindly reply to the below e-mail for more details.

Yours sincerely,
Mr Rashid Al-Naimi.
Contact e-mail: qfdonationdpt@126.com
Chief Executive Officer of Qatar Foundation Endowment.

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